We've talked a lot about our friends, the Aramburos, the family in San Jose del Cabo, who ran an English/Spanish school. The closing of their school due to COVID, was a life changing event as it was to many people. But the saying 'when one door closes, another opens' could well apply here.
One of the Aramburo family's options is a family farm, 30 minutes outside of San Jose. What purpose could it serve? What opportunities exist there? How could the farm become an asset for the community?
In thinking about solutions/opportunities for the children/families in the Baja desert, it reminded me how Ina & I were raised on the Saanich Peninsula, Vancouver Island, B.C. , participating in a 4-H. Head, Heart, Hands, & Health Club.
Our own organization was named after the Angeles Verdes, Mx, https://www.mexpro.com/blog/mexicos-green-angels-roadside-emergency-assistance/ an organization that provides help to visitors that drive the Baja.
Might we help out their community/Ninos through our 4-H stated mission, https://4-h-canada.ca/who-we-are.
This is something we hope to explore along with other possibilities.
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